Frustration is dangerous and will certainly fuel extremism
For the first time, I am hearing people openly talking about joining paramilitaries and even National Action in the United Kingdom. Extremely high levels of frustration are creating a pressure cooker effect and the unthinkable might happen.
At a gathering people spoke about using IRA tactics in Britain to fight against the political establishment and the mass media including BBC, SKY and others that have a very clear anti-British political agenda.
When it was mentioned that several serving soldiers were on trial for suspected membership of National Action, I saw the whole picture. No one in the British Armed can have certain ideas without the middle ranks knowing about it and this leads me to the fact that National Action is alive and well inside the British Armed Forces.
Banning an organisation doesn't get rid of the ideas that led to the creation of the said organisation. What is more, the present trend to prevent people from expressing what they believe (attempts to control Internet, bans and censorship carried out on Internet will only make things worse. When people are not able to express their feelings and ideas in writing, they will carry out attacks. Like an animal pushed against a wall, with nowhere else to go, people will turn violent.
Only yesterday somebody suggested that Police Forces are being readied to deal with Civil War in the United Kingdom because Civil War is coming. Spaces for dialogue are vanishing and the harsh approach put into practice by Police Forces in the United Kingdom show that it is self-evident where things are heading.
I reject the idea of going around publicly threatening individuals or communities but I do understand the level of anger shown by some who do go around threatening individuals or communities. More often than not we have seen members of Muslim Communities with placards talking about beheading those who do not surrender to Islam. We have seen them burning Poppies and insulting and threatening British troops and the beheading of Lee Rigby is a clear example of what is to come showing that what is written on placards is very much the announcement of what is going to happen in the no so distant future.